On Arrival start Manali, via Kullu, Keep your cameras ready, there are many scenic spots as you pass by Kullu valley, Beas river, Dashehra maidan etc. Arrive and transfer to hotel. Evening is free to explore various scenic sights or visit mall road. visit Kothi Gorge, Marhi, Gulaba. Rohtang Pass is outstandingly beautiful and is an ideal spot to view the majestic snow covered Himalayas, serene natural surroundings, pristine lake and fairy white snow round the year. Overnight stay at hotel in Manali.
About Kullu Kullu (1220m) was once known as Kulanthapitha - the end of the habitable world. Beyond rose the forbidding heights of the Greater Himalaya, and by the banks of the shining river Beas lay the fabled Silver Valley. Kullu got its first motor able access only after independence. The long centuries of seclusion have however allowed the area to retain considerable measures of its traditional charm. Here is the core of an intricate web of numerous valleys, each of which is a visual delight and seems more beautiful than the other. The Silver Valley has nature/’s treasures that lie carelessly scattered as flowers. This wealth nestles by every tree in the splendid forests, bursts forth in the blooms and in the fruit of every orchard. Here are riches which cannot be measured and echo down the ages with the words of every myth and ancient legend and glow in the warm smiles of its gentle people. There is pleasure in every step you take in these enchanted valleys and in every gurgle you hear in the clear mountain streams.
Enjoy the morning breakfast at the hotel /“HADIMBA TEMPLE/” Built in 1553 with a superbly crafted four tiered pagoda roof; it is famous for its exquisitely carved doorway. /“CLUB HOUSE/” The Club House with its comprehensive facilities that include a roller skating rink, an auditorium, billiards rooms, a library, a bar and restaurant makes wonderful outing for the day./” Tibetan Monastery, Van Vihar,and /“VASHIST/” Well known for its hot springs. There are old temples dedicated to the sage Vashisth and to Lord Rama. Later back Drop railway station .